By William (Uncle Bill) Anatooskin on April 22, 2002
Photo by loof
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"This recipe not only tenderizes the meat but gives it a delightful taste, a very light touch of sweetness. Developed this recipe over 25 years ago. It is a must to try."
Serving Size: 1 (71 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Great steaks, We love the flavor of the soy & ginger. I got your recipe off of Allrecipes that you posted there. Thanks for posting it on ZAAR so that others may enjoy it."
"Believe it or not I marinated some ribs in this marinade for about 8 hours, then cooked them on the grill slathering them with the sauce as they grilled. Excellent! Thanks!"
"We sure enjoyed this...I followed the recipe exactly and it came out great. Wil be making this agian."
"This marinade was fantastic! We marinated 2 strip steaks and 2 filets for about 3 1/2 hours and ended up with delicious restaurant-quality meat. I did take the option of using a dry red wine instead of the beer, and used a little less sesame oil than called for. We cooked our steaks medium on the grill and they were outstanding - thanks for posting!"
"Wow, was this ever good! Everyone loved it and both my guests asked for the recipe. Thanks for posting this wonderful recipe."
"This recipe is Great ! My husband and I have tried this 4 times now - He actually requested it yesterday, definately a keeper. We don't usually marinade rib eye steaks because they are so tender anyway - but this is a nice change. Excellent Flavor !! And Oh Sooo Tender ! UPDATE - we never use to marinate ribeyes but we use this all the time now - the flavor is so good and it is so tender / just cooking steaks with seasoning just isn't the same. Thank you for sharing this recipe Uncle Bill. Awesome !!!"
"Really good marinade for steaks. I used red wine instead of beer."
"This was fabulous!! I have had this in my cookbook for awhile but since we don't drink beer I had to wait to get around to buying some. I made the marinade during my OAMCooking blitz in a large ziploc bag and then tossed in the steak and then threw it into the freezer. The night before serving, I put it into the fridge and let it defrost all night before grilling. Dh grilled the steak to perfection and the taste was incredible! I don't even like steak and I had a few pieces. We look forward to making this one again, thanks :)"
"Uncle Bill, this marinade was very good! I used it on my steaks. I left the steaks in the marinade for 24 hours, I only made a mistake of adding too much ginger and it overpowered the beef, that was my mistake, also I subbed the pancake syrup with corn syrup, and that seemed to work just fine, also I added some freshly ground black pepper also. I'll be making this again, but with less fresh ginger. Great marinade recipe Uncle Bill, thanks for sharing!...Kitten:)"
"Excellent marinade! This stuff really tenderized the rib eyes so well. The hint of sweetness was a wonderful contrast to the stronger soy and ginger. A delightful combination of ingredients. I just put this marinade into my tried & true cookbook. Thanks so much, Uncle Bill for sharing this amazing recipe."
"Loved the marinade used on steak (cheap cut)very tender cooked on the grill. Will be using this on chicken tonight. Thanks Uncle Bill!"
"Great marinade. Excellent balance of flavors. I was a little skeptical the marinade would tenderize the meat. I put it to the test . I used it on Rib Steaks from a 2+ year old bull that were tough. I marinaded for 8 hours and grilled them. They ccame out the most tender of any out of this beef. Thank you."
"AWESOME marinade!!! The marinade itself deserves 5 stars!! As Uncle Bill's suggested in a post, I used orange marmalade instead of pancake syrup. I am glad I did. I think it gave the marinade a great taste. I have made it twice. On beef sirloin steaks the other night...cooked in a crockpot. I think I cooked them too long because the beef juices made a difference in the taste of the marinade. It was good but I didn't get the full flavor of the marinade. Next time I will grill the steaks or cook them in a skillet with the marinade. I made the marinade again last night and let it sit in the fridge overnight. This time I used it on a pork steak for my dinner tonight. I marinated the pork steak for about 5 1/2 hours. I cooked the pork steak with the marinade in a skillet...no oil... on medium heat. It was absolutely delicious. The pork steak was really tender too. This marinade is versatile. I think it would be good on fish and chicken too. Thanks Uncle Bill for a great recipe."